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These are really a chocolate chip cookies with the addition of almonds; I like cookies with nuts but not in my chocolate chip cookies and I also found that the flour was barely enough to hold everything together and so these baked up very flat and to get the right texture you had to overbake these.

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scancan August 01, 2007

GREAT COOKIES!!! The only change I made to the recipe was using butter instead of margarine. (not as healthy but they are cookies after all!) Thanks for sharing this recipe; I will use it often.

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Scott1265 July 09, 2007

Fantastic!! I dont think I got 40 cookies from my dough...or maybe thats because I couldn't stop eating it raw :) Dont let the salt put you off...it's really subtle and goes wonderfully with the choc chips and almonds. For me the sweet salt combo was spot on. Thanks Diana, we have another winner!

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Stardustannie June 21, 2007

First of all this has to be the best cookie dough I have ever eaten! I loved the salty sweet combination of these cookies and You are right, you can't stop at just one. This is a nice recipe if you are just 1 or 2 people any more than that you must double it because they are just that good!

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cookiedog April 21, 2007
Sweet & Salty Chocolate Almond Cookies